Entertainment of Saturday, 4 February 2017
Many people go various lengths in doing things to make their relationship work and be enriched, and Live FM’s Programs Manager cum Entrepreneur, Jay Foley has had his fair share of it.
According to him, tried as he did to join his girlfriend, he was denied UK visa at any attempt.
Speaking on the most controversial segment, ‘Pae Mu Ka’, on Kasapa Entertainment, Foley spoke fondly of his then girlfriend who is now his wife.
“She knew I loved her since 1998 through to 2002 when she finally accepted my proposal but I wasn’t lucky because we dated for only 2 years then she travelled abroad. I tried in so many ways to join her in the UK but unfortunately I was denied visas.”
The Radio and Television personality narrated how he met his wife; “I was serving as a mass servant in church when I met her in 1998. One day after church service I discuss about her with a friend. My close friend introduced her to me. I never stopped attending church when I got hooked up with her. I felt proud introducing her to most of my colleagues because she is beautiful.”
Jay Foley recounted the pain he had to go through after the breakup as she was his first love.
“We broke up from 2004 to 2010 after not being able to get in touch with her. After the separation I dated and tried to move on and tried calling her to find out how she was doing to get the relationship back on track. Fortunately for me, I had the opportunity to travel to London so I used that opportunity to visit her to discuss about our possible comeback and the way forward which was successful.
“In 2012 we did everything within our means to make the relationship work again, subsequently I didn’t delay in 2014 to take her to the altar as my wife.” The couple got married in December 2014 and are parents to a year-old daughter.
The CEO of 2131 disclosed that his reason for the network was to help young people with a burning desire to become great achievers.
When asked about his relationship with his artiste, Bisa Kdei, Jay Foley said; “Bisa and I have been friends for long. I admired him as a young guy trying to push himself through so I felt like supporting him with my experience and that got the two of us together as artiste and Manager.”
He added that managing Bisa has really made him learn alot about highlife.
‘Pae Mu Ka’ is a new segment on Kasapa Entertainment on Kasapa 102.5FM, it seeks to delve into the real life situations of Ghanaian celebrities. Kasapa Entertainment is hosted by Kojo Preko Dankwa every Saturday from 2pm to 4pm.